Step One: Use either solid or hollow door (Door pictured is a solid door).
Step Two: Find the center of the bottom of the door.
Step Three: Using a 5/8th bit, make 2 passes with the router to give you an opening of a total of 1″, the length of the door, centered in the bottom of the door.
Step Four: Make sure the 1″ wide by 1/2″ deep groove is free of any debris.
Step Five: Slide Figure A into groove made in the bottom of the door, making sure that Figure A sits flush with the bottom edge of the door.
Step Six: After Figure A is in place, pre-drill screw holes.
Step Seven: Screw in Figure C with #6 fine thread screws into each pre-drilled, counter sunk screw holes.
Step Eight: Figure A should be flush with the end of the door’s edge exposed to door jam. There should be at least 1/4″ overhang on the end that goes into the wall and comes in contact with Figure B.
Step Nine: Use all screws Figure C supplied to secure the stability of Figure A. When applying Figure B (which goes into the the door jam). Hang door with Male Figure B and Female Figure A (see Figure D). Insure that male Figure B track is flush with door jam. Scribe a line on both sides of male track (Figure B), then slide pocket door to closed position. Drill and then screw Figure C in to floor within the wall.